Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A veil worn by the Pope at solemn pontifical celebrations; the fanon. See fanon, 3 .
- n. In craniometry, the anterior terminal point of the sutura incisiva, on the inner face of the alveolar process.
“Sure, it's patronizing at times – "Odelay" was his gringo approximation of "orale," as in "orale vato" – but for some, it's the perfect whiteboy synthesis of pre-Rodney King Riots Los Angeles.”
“A well timed "orale" after a happy phrase or a strategic "hijole" after a distressing paragraph can go a long way and may win you a free beverage.”
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“Montanari, “La cucina scritta come fonte per lo studio della cucina orale,” Food & History, vol.”
“Certo non la strada migliore, e non la più economica, verso una corretta igiene orale.”
“Originally published as De la tradition orale: Essai de méthode historique (Tervuren: Musée Royal de l'Afrique Centrale, 1961).”
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“Transmission of pathogens from fcal transmission fco-orale oro-fecal matter to the digestive system via the mouth (fcal contamination of water, food, hands, etc).”
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